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BRAVADA anticipates sustained profitability in Q4
04
Jul '11
BRAVADA International announced that it anticipates sustained profitability starting in Q4 2011 with continued revenue growth and expansion into 2012. Recently, BRAVADA has announced that sales of its high performance women's activewear, yoga clothes and workout clothing as well as its sport fashion, leggings and women's apparel has continued increasing at a robust rate quarter over quarter.

BRAVADA expects this growth to continue with a significant peak in Q4 2011. BRAVADA believes that the Q4 revenue increase can be sustained and accelerated going into 2012. With sustained and increasing profitability, dilutive events associated with operating losses can be eliminated and maximum resources applied to expansion initiatives.

“The only thing that brings actual value to any share certificate is free cash flow from operations and revenue growth,” replied Danny Alex, CEO of BRAVADA. “There are two main ingredients to profitability; keeping fixed costs in check and growing revenue, full stop. I intend on continuing to grow BRAVADA with intensity, dedication and ambition while applying maximum value in the form of revenue and profits to our common stock.”

BRAVADA has 2 real-world retail locations and will have 5 ecommerce websites with the launch of its new online superstore, FashionDollarStore.com in July. Upon achieving sustained profitability, BRAVADA will engage in a measured but aggressive growth strategy to include strategic new store openings, ecommerce growth and expense sensitivity.

BRAVADA's ecommerce websites are developed in-house by CEO Danny Alex, from the HTML coding, to Photoshop/graphics and all search engine optimization (SEO). The net effect is the ability to develop online revenue centers at virtually no cost, just the acquisition of inventory.

BRAVADA International Ltd

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